Industrial Engineering

Condor program turns idle Clemson desktops into supercomputers

- Oct 2007

In the wee hours of the morning while Clemson University students are asleep, hundreds of unmanned desktop computers are at work in various labs and offices across the campus. Clemson's new Condor computing program harnesses the power of idle desktop machines from a pool of about 1,700 on the campus, and turns them into a supercomputing grid that can rapidly process high volumes of data. (Full Story)

 

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